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Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center
On 65th Street btwn Broadway & Amsterdam 1941 Broadway New York City, NY 10023
212-671-4050
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IM2Hawaiian
Lincoln Ctr. area is hard to find parking.
New York Film Festival: Black Venus travel Jun 28 2014 star this tip starred
paligirl
Please turn off your cell phones. Meryl Streep had to make a special request since cell phones were going off all evening and during one of her readings.
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6 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 14 2014

Was tempted to leave when gospel music was piped through upon entering, but stayed anyway and this agnostic found the performance both tasteful and moving.

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musicalphile
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attended May 30 2011

lovely sweeping choral performances of Faure's Requiem and the world premiere of Singh's Mass were complementary tributes perfect for Memorial Day. Mr. Won the baritone soloist had an especially evocative, rich voice; and the choirs were full and...continued

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1 review
15 stars
attended May 30 2011

great musical hall, fantastic performance. The new MASS piece was surprisingly good. I was very impressed by the enviroment and the quality of the performance.

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Website

http://lc.lincolncenter.org/shows/210119?show_date=2014-05-26%2019:...

Description

November 9, 2014: I Believe…..Remembering the Holocaust
Based on original music sung by incarcerated inmates in Holocaust concentration camps, Holocaust Cantata: Songs from the Camps is an emotional, musical journey through one of the bleakest episodes in human history. I Believe – A Holocaust Oratorio for Today is a singular large scale work divided into 12 movements using the artistic forces of a symphony orchestra, large mixed chorus, children’s chorus, ensembles, soloists and narrator. The artistic architecture is influenced by a host of sources all in service to capture the essence of a story that needs to be told, in a plea for awareness, understanding and peace.

I Believe … Remembering The Holocaust
Donald McCullough, Composer/Conductor
Donald McCullough: Holocaust Cantata: Songs from the Camps
Zane Zalis: I Believe – A Holocaust Oratorio for Today
Jonathan Griffith, DCINY Artistic Director
Zane Zalis, Visiting Composer
Featuring Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International